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Curtains decorate the windows and give the home privacy. Curtains can be used as a bright accent in the decor as well as to make a ceiling look higher. They make the room cozy. And to choose
the right curtains consider the size of the room, the style of the decor, and the colors that will fit the room’s color scheme.
-style: There are various styles of curtains as well as types of window treatments. Choose the curtain style that will fit both the style of the room and your needs. Some styles are more decorative than others and have some additional elements like tiebacks.
- Colors: When choosing the curtain color make sure it fits the room’s color scheme. If the room is light and monochrome bright-colored or patterned curtains can add a splash of color and detail into the room. If the room is small keep them simple and monochrome. If the color scheme is busy and filled with patterns opt for single color in curtains.
- Fabric: It’s always best to choose organic fabrics in all home products. It doesn’t have to be expensive to look great. Choose for curtains in quality fabrics as they are more durable and better-looking.
Latest looks: Current trends are veering away from fussy swags and flounces towards a more tailored approach. Hung from a pole, eyelet styles produce a sleeker look than traditional pencil pleat curtains and there are no fiddly hooks or clips to worry about. Pelmets are also back in fashion. A flat pelmet covered in silk looks surprisingly contemporary, just the thing for a formal dining room.
- Long or short: Whether you choose sill length or floor length curtains is really a matter of personal taste, although floor length styles do have a more luxurious feel. Sill-length drapes cost less, and are popular in bathrooms and kitchens. They also make a practical choice above radiators to allow heat to circulate.
- Plain or patterned: Take a good look at your scheme before deciding on a pattern. Too many different designs can create a busy, distracting effect. For a relaxed ambience, opt for either patterned curtains with plain walls, or vice versa. You can always dress up plain curtains with beautiful beaded tie backs or coloured glass poles.